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    Development Docs?

    I've been searching the wiki and forums for some development docs, or at least something to append to some existing wiki development docs, and I haven't found anything...

    In short, I've got a bunch of notes on what packages are required to compile the Jive platform on Fedora core 5 and 6. Although most of the requirements listed in README.linux come pre-installed on Fedora, there were a few that did not. Thought these might be helpful as it took me some time to find the exact package names (specifically, which package contained the glu.h header).

    Should I post this somewhere that might helpful to others?

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    [SlimDevices: Jive] Development Docs?

    > I've been searching the wiki and forums for some development docs, or at
    > least something to append to some existing wiki development docs, and I
    > haven't found anything...


    What about http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.cgi?Jive ? There's already an
    additional section for VC++ on Windows. Feel free to add another section
    concerning Fedora.

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    In README.fedora (or README.linux.fedora), it might keep things more centralized and aligned (we have README.osx) ?

    My 2 cents

    Fred

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    Sam Donham
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    [SlimDevices: Jive] Development Docs?

    That's a great idea. I'll write up what packages I had to install and there
    was a small change I had to make to the "Makefile.linux" :
    I had to add the following:
    INCLUDE_X11=--x-includes=/usr/include/X11 --x-libraries=/usr/lib
    --x-libraries=/usr/lib/X11
    then include this on all lines that built the SDL.
    The problem was that building the SDL could not find the X11 libs. I tried
    this on Fedora 5 & 6 and simply specifying where to find X11 files fixed it
    on both systems.


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